This post comes from one of our devoted readers in Italy. I just wrote about a ‘hidden gem’ in Athens, as well as a remote beach that you can reach through a tunnel in Sitges, Spain, but it looks like Italy offers something of that sort too.
Spiaggia di Guvano is a gorgeous nude beach in the national park of Cinque Terre, La Spezia in Liguria.
To get there, walk from Corniglia train station in the direction of the village. Don’t go up the stairs, walk down, turn to the right and walk in the dark abandoned train tunnel. The access to the tunnel is free. Old information about the charge is no longer true.
But you will need a flashlight. After 15 minute walk you will find this gorgeous beach. It is usually very quiet and peaceful. Always nude, free and happy!!!
[that sounds like a fun way to get to a beautiful beach!]
5 thoughts on “Spiaggia di Guvano, hidden beach in Northern Italy”
great beach. got there early and was the only one there. got busy later. only advice I have is to find the tunnel you have to walk down the steps and around a house. We at first thought it was private property. Except for getting a parking ticket, was a great place.